Blenheim Palace Food Festival
One of the UK’s most significant stately homes presents The Food Festival in Blenheim Palace.
Located in Woodstock / Oxfordshire, the palace is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough.
It is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and the only non-royal and non-episcopal country estate awarded the title of palace.
Fortunately, Blenheim Palace is also open to the public, which is why you can enjoy the Blenheim Palace Food Festival, which promises to be as spectacular as the premises.
If you think that English food isn’t much to write home about, you are bound to change your mind after participating in the three days of the festival.
It aims to entertain, educate and tempt people’s palates with the best local and regional produce.
Cookery schools and chefs compete to serve delicious dishes inside and outside Blenheim Palace.
There will be picnic areas where you can sit and eat the food you have bought in one of the over 120 stalls at the festival.
You can also enjoy some cooking workshops for adults and kids.
Beautiful Park and Gardens
And when you have had your fill of English delicacies, you can walk off all the calories in the gardens and park or visit the palace itself.
You find countless works of art, a library, an organ, stables, a chapel and state apartments, all furnished with opulence.
You can get married there and even spend your honeymoon for a fee, not a small one.